considerable, consists, to a great extent, merely of kasabs; there is also a
ected by the Mahrattas. The chief local festivals are the Dasahara for
rected by te araas.
d he kharram for Mnhammtda™, both of ,hich attract a large
of visitors from the neighbourhood. There » a «ddy market on
day and a smaU manufacture of earthen M«K.. The halkaband, school
.hich for some years, maintained only a struggling ex.tence, has been bette
attended of late, since the completion of the new building.